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Sunday News:

Baylor vs. Northwestern - 4:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network
Fairfield vs. Canisius - 5:00 pm ET
Montana vs. Oregon State - 8:00 pm ET - Root Sports

Seattle vs. Harvard - 2:00 pm ET
La Sierra vs. Columbia - 2:00 pm ET - Centennial Classic

Hollis Thompson hit six of his seven three point attempts and Georgetown (7-1) nearly doubled up NJIT. Hoya Hoops has the postgame audio.

Leading by as many as 23 in the second half, Richmond (6-2) won at Wake Forest.

Denver (6-1) downed Texas Southern, 62-46.

Mercer (1-8) lost 68-60 to Del Tech Stanton. Flip Seculic had 18 for the Vikings in defeat.

They're now subscription-only, but enough games have been played that Ken Pomeroy has added individual player stats for 2011-12. Ian Hummer is in the top 100 nationally in three statistical categories.

The highest-ranked non-conference opponent in 22 years visits Welsh-Ryan Arena this afternoon when Northwestern hosts #7 Baylor.

A two game swing in western New York concludes for Fairfield with a game at Canisius.

Oregon State opens a five game homestand versus Montana.

Around the Ivy League: Greg Mangano recorded his third double-double of the season as Yale (5-2) bested Vermont, 68-52. Brown (4-5) fell 75-53 at Iowa. Cornell (3-5) triumphed over Lehigh in overtime by two. Penn (4-5) could not climb all the way out of a deep halftime hole, losing to Villanova 73-65. Making 12 of their 17 three point attempts Columbia (4-4) won again out west, 72-57 against North Texas.

larry said,

December 4, 2011 @ 12:57 pm

Said it last year, worth repeating, Hummer is special.

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